Wednesday, 21 November 2007

A diva sniffles...


Apologies again for my absence. Has been quite the few days. I've spent most of them behind a kleenex, attempting to de-snotify mineself. Good times, good times.

Yes, just after conquering the great labrynthitis outbreak of 2007, I have again succumbed to some type of bug and have now reached official status as mucous factory.

Sniff.

It all started Saturday night after I got home from a day of wedding dress shopping with the sisters in law. Not for me obviously, my time has come and gone, but Hubs' sister is recently engaged and she found an incredible dress that looks fantastic on her. My other sister in law (my Wonder Twin of all things wedding planning) and I did an excellent job in convincing her that the Maggie Sottero she fell in love with was indeed worth the cash.

She put her deposit down yesterday.

I was feeling fine all day, but as I said by evening, my throat was sore. I looked at Hubs and said, "I'm getting sick." He told me I had just finished being sick, and to go take some echinacea or something to try to ward it off.

Excellent suggestion, one which I normally would heed without a moment's thought. Except....I'm right in the middle of all these fertility drugs. And I still have the stupid cysts. AND I just finished a course of antibiotics. So I decided it was not worth pushing the envelope, and have, as such, suffered the full snotty wrath of this particular plague.

I blame the GO train. Damned tin can full of other sick people, all of us breathing in each other's sick people germs. I'm gonna start wearing a mask soon in an effort for one healthy day. I haven't even been able to get my flu shot yet - I haven't been un-sick enough to qualify!

Monday after work I came home and passed out. Tuesday night CJ and I went to a Leafs game, thanks to the generosity of one of the docs I work with who knows I love my boys in blue. He couldn't go, so thought of me. How awesome is he?

We were up in the greens and the boys lost to the Bruins, but it was still fun to take it all in and just be there in person. And with CJ moving two hours away from me in a few short weeks, I'll take any opportunity to catch up and hang out that I can get!

Today I stumbled into work late. I almost took the day as a sick day (and would have been well within my rights to do so, given how I felt) but seeing as I had an afternoon meeting and a retirement party to attend tonight, I compromised and spent the morning in bed, then headed off to work.

Hubs had a meeting at work that went late tonight so he was able to pick me up at Yorkdale so we could make our way home together. Well, his meeting ran late, so I was forced to spend some time shopping. Poor me. Got a few more things for Christmas, Hubs had some Unlucky Fried Kitten (also known as KFC around the food court) and we slowly made our trek home in the dreary rain.

Now it's just after 10:30 and we're both sooooo ready to hit the proverbial hay it's not even funny. I think it's a good idea to head to bed sooner rather than later, not only 'cause we're both exhausted, but because of all that snow we're supposed to get tonight and into tomorrow. We won't just be able to walk out the door and go - oh no. There will be shoveling and boot putting-on...all very time consuming activities. So if I want to function tomorrow and fight my way valliantly through the snow, I needs me sleep!

Now I know 10-15 cms isn't really a huge deal in the grand scheme of things, but it's the first real snow and people turn into stupid idiots the second some of the white stuff starts accumulating on the roads. Yippee.

So we've dug out our shovel, the boots, the mitts, the scarf and yes, should it be cold enough, my fuchsia pea coat is ready to make its triumphant return to my outerwear rotation.

Winter's here. Ugh. God help us all!

And that's your daily dash. How's your diva doin'?

3 comments on "A diva sniffles..."

Lyne on 21 November 2007 at 23:04 said...

So sorry you're feeling so awful! I've been keeping up with your blog but for some reason i can't comment from work anymore - it's blocked but I can read... anyhow, just wanted you to know that I'm here reading away!

Janny on 22 November 2007 at 01:39 said...

Quote: "Now I know 10-15 cms isn't really a huge deal in the grand scheme of things, but it's the first real snow and people turn into stupid idiots the second some of the white stuff starts accumulating on the roads. Yippee." THANK YOU! I thought I was the only person who ever noticed this. Good heavens, what is it with people and snow/heavy rain. Just be more careful and all will go well. If you don't have your winter tires, make an appointment and it's all good! You don't have to drive just above idle on the 417 and make everyone's life miserable!
Sorry about that, it's just really annoying!
And, very sorry to hear you are feeling under the weather... I am so far the only person who hasn't been full out sick in our office so far, and that's a small miracle in itself, cause I usually have the weakest immune system. Hope it passes quickly!!

celtic_kitten on 22 November 2007 at 11:41 said...

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!
"Unlucky Fried Kitten"
Hahahahahahahahahahahahah!

Thank you... I needed that *grin*

Hope you're feeling better, Diva... you need to be healthy again! But I tend to agree with you... GO trains are handy tubs of germy badness.

Hope the weather hasn't been too messy for you today... we lucked out and the freezing rain wasn't around for long before turning to ice pellets... a pain to walk in (literally. Oh the pain!), a mess on the roads, but at least there wasn't much ice sheeting going on in our neighbourhood.

And luckily, we leave the house in the morning before most of the morons hit the roads *laugh*

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